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Tickets Remain for May 13 Anthony Bourdain Show at DAR Constitution Hall

Guts and Glory can still be yours.

Bourdain with costars on The Taste: Nigella Lawson, Ludo Lefebvre, and Brian Malarkey. Photograph courtesy of Shutterstock.

Anthony Bourdain brings his brand of raw storytelling to DAR Constitution Hall on Monday, May 13—part of his national Guts and Glory tour. Though tickets have been on sale since January, a quick clickfest on Ticketmaster shows seats still remain.

What can you expect from the host of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and The Layover? A lot of barbs directed at unwitting nemeses Paula Deen and Guy Fieri, no doubt—all commentary sprinkled liberally with F-bombs. Some inside stories about his adventures on No Reservations tend to be part of his live shows, which often end with a Q&A with the audience. It might be worth the price of admission alone to ask him to explain the debut season of reality show train wreck The Taste, but we will leave that up to you. The show begins at 7:30.

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